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Down Another Day - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary


2003
Label: Flip Records - 986 097-5,Interscope Records - 986 097-5 • Format: CD Album DVD DVD-Video, PAL All Media Limited Edition • Country: Australasia • Genre: Rock • Style: Nu Metal
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First, guitarist Wes Borlandgenerally regarded as the band's musical force, up and left the band, and it took a long, long time to find a replacement guitarist. After a national talent search performed at Guitar Center stores, where candidates had to sign contracts that gave up their rights to anything original they played at their audition, Limp Bizkit settled on former Snot guitarist Mike Smith and recorded an album.

Then scrapped it. Then they recorded another album. They were going through album titles, too -- it was called Bipolar then, charmingly, Panty Sniffer. Finally, all the sessions and the turmoil was whittled down into one very long, very bad album called Results May Vary. Part of its weakness stems from two perennial Limp Bizkit problems: for a metal band they sound, well, limp, and in Fred Durst they have the worst frontman in the history of rock.

These two things plagued even their hits, but Borland at least gave the band some ideas. Without him, the band is left to flounder, and Durstwho already dominated the band's personality, not only has to provide the bravado, but he has to give it direction -- which is ボブ・ディラン* - アイ・ウォント・ユー = I Want You why it took so long for this mess to get released.

Durst doesn't come up with any new musical ideas, apart from slight hints of Staind and emo on the ballads, but the album doesn't suffer from recycled musical ideas, since they were already doing that on Chocolate Starfish. No, it suffers from an utter lack of form and direction, from the riffs to the rhythms, and a surplus of Down Another Day - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary ideas.

And this points out the biggest problem of Results May Vary -- Durst is running amuck, flattening down the production into a grey sludge, then writing inane lyrics that Down Another Day - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary shocking in their banality.

Since Durst has ingratiated himself with Hollywood, inexplicably getting Thora Birch to concede to being berated to in the video for "Eat You Alive" and French kissing Halle Berry in the video for "Behind Blue Eyes," maybe he's not such a bad guy in person, but on record he's a mean, vindictive, hateful idiot, spewing undirected bile at undeserving targets.

Here, a prominent target seems to be Britney Spearswho unceremoniously dumped the dude after an affair that Down Another Day - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary less than a week, since she wasn't all that thrilled that he revealed her pubic hair grooming on the Howard Stern show what a guy! Now, he's hurt and ranting about how she broke his heart, unaware of his own culpability in the affair.

But that's par for the course for Durstwho stumbles through life without realizing the consequences of his actions, then whines about how nobody understands him.

Here, he complains about being picked on in high school, not realizing that his blustering aggression makes him a bully and that's not even accounting for how he unwittingly incited violence and destruction at Woodstock ' Then, he complains several times about radio and MTV playing the same old bands, willfully ignoring that he's whored himself out to MTV numerous times and that his band received their radio breakthrough by paying to get their songs played.

Say it" and adding insult to injury by misspelling Pete Townshend 's name in the credits. Down Another Day - Limp Bizkit - Results May Vary this isn't even counting the embarrassing Apple plug in the liner Obsession (Rmx) - Various - February 2005 Part 1, or the Fight Club reference in the artwork, the obviousness of which suggests that Durst would be one of the brainwashed legions chanting "his name is Robert Paulson" instead of thinking for himself.

Like before, some of this could have been palatable if the music had a fraction of his anger no matter how misguided it is or had some energy to it instead of just being murky emoting. But since the music has no melody, hooks, or energy, all attention is focused on the clown jumping up and down and screaming in front, and long before the record is over, you're left wondering, how the hell did he ever get to put this mess out? AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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Limp Bizkit; Results May Vary; Down Another Day Lyrics Limp Bizkit – Down Another Day. 7 Comments; down another day (will never let you down) Down another day, down another day I agree with Scabba Ranker, this is their best song. As for the meaning, I think it's more about a relationship than the end of the world or leaving school.